Below are a number of useful bibliographies and databases compiled by our team members or student team members.
|Media and Religion Bibliography|
|Produced by Strand 1 as part of their year one research initiative. Compiled by David Michels.
The bibliography is available on Refshare.Link
|Religion in Cascadia
Compiled by Paul Bramadat and Rachel BrownLink
|Prison Chaplaincy: A Selective Bibliography
|Produced by Strand 2 as part of their year one research initiative.
Compiled by James A. Beckford, Benjamin Berger and Ilona Cairns.
|Bibliographies on Violence and Religion
|Produced by Strand 3 as part of their year one research initiative.
Phase 1: Religion and Domestic Violence
Phase 2: Defining and addressing some gaps
|Muslim Women and Domestic Violence
Compiled by Jolene Roy under the supervision of Nancy Nason-Clark.Link
|Forces of Law Bibliography|
|Produced by Strand 4 as part of their year one research initiative.
Compiled by Amy Fisher, Shari Golberg, and Paul Nahme under the supervision of Pamela Klassen.
|Topics on Modern Muslim Women Database|
|This “Topics on Modern Muslim Women” database was compiled and edited by
Rubina Ramji, Lucy MacDonald and Alyssa MacDougall. This research database
offers articles and media dealing with topics on Muslim women.Link
|Canadian Case Law Database|
|Contains a list of all Canadian court cases involving religion.
Compiled by Tera Bradford.Link
|United States Supreme Court Cases 2000-2005|
|A collection of cases from 2000-2005 regarding religion that were presented
to the United States Supreme Court.
Compiled by Josee Trinh de Freitas.Link
|European Court of Human Rights Cases 2009-2011|
|A collection of European Court of Human Rights Cases that deal with religion (2009-2011).
Compiled by Vanessa Dion-Lirette.Link
|United Kingdom Case Law Database 2001-2012|
|A collection of UK court cases involving religion.
Compiled by Marianne Abou-Hamad.Link
|Ontario Human Rights Commission Research: Negotiating Difference|
|Memo by Stephanie Voudouris, project developed by Benjamin Berger and Lori G. Beaman. This memo details methodology, themes and trends that stemmed from reading Ontario Human Rights Tribunal cases, looking at how parties interacted with one another prior to bringing an application before a formal adjudicative body (here the Tribunal).|